Nevada’s Gaming Control Board has published its new proposed Minimum Internal Control Standards for Interactive Gaming.
The 29-page document contains rules covering:
Information technology for interactive gaming
Physical access and maintenance controls
Structure of information technology department
Generic user accounts
Service & default accounts
Backup and recovery procedures
Electronic storage of documentation
Production environment change control processes
General operation of interactive gaming
Casino account transfers
Registering authorized players
Identification and verification of authorized players
Protection of the interactive gaming accounts
Interactive gaming engaged between human individuals
Responsible interactive gaming
Protection of authorized players’ personally identifiable information
Authorized player disputes
Promotional/progressive pots and pools
Authorized player promotional account
The Gaming Control Board has invited interested parties to submit written comments, and it will host a public workshop meeting November 1, 2011 to discuss the draft rules.
To view the draft rules, click: Nevada Gaming Control Board Minimum Internal Control Standards for Interactive Gaming.